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What If Your Pupils Iris Always Dilated Even In Light
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Radial: The iris muscles which respond to more and less light, are radial in position. The resting position is the normal size of the pupil in normal light and with less light, the muscles contract and open the pupil. Since they are radial (like the spokes on a bike), they open and close the iris in a circular pattern. Very clever mechanism. ...Read more
Get an eye exam: This is an unusual symptom. It might be a disorder where distortion of the pupil occurs or adhesions can form, sometimes seen in ocular inflammatory conditions. Usually there would be other symptoms as well, such as pain, light sensitivity, redness. It could also be some sort of growth on the iris, which could include inflammatory nodules, cysts, scar tissue, and others. Only an exam can tell. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a growth inside of my pupil. It appears to be tugging at my iris, pulling it into my pupil. It is NOT growing from my sclera. What can it be?
Please see an: Ophthalmologist. I won't try to guess about what it is. ...Read more
Pupil is iris hole: The pupil is the absence of the iris. In other words, when the pupil constricts, the aperture which allows light to enter the eye is made smaller as the iris muscle constricts. When the pupil dilates, the iris dilator muscle pulls the iris towards its root. This is a lot like drawing a curtain open-it bunches up on the side. The pupil is thus not an anatomic structure; it's where the iris isn't. ...Read more
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